Happy International Women's Day

A great day to celebrate some of our brilliant women artists at The Kane Gallery.  I'm really proud to  have worked on 2 solo exhibitions for them in the last 12 months - Sophie Long at Bocabar Glastonbury in the summer last year and Georgie's current exhibition at Bocabar Finzels Reach - which is on now till 26 April.  This along with my regular exhibtion 'The House of Kane' at Berkeley House Hotel and the 'Home of the Kane Gallery' at The Shakespeare, Totterdown Bristol.

Sophie Long

Humpback Sophie Long Multi layered hand cut stencil and spray paint on deep edge canvas.

Large and in charge by Sophie Long 118x152cm (46x61”)

Acrylic and Spray paint in a solid hand carved antique gold frame.

£1870 at Berkely House hotel view by appointment

For Sophie painting is her first language.  And she gives voice to the creatures we share this planet with in her evocative, vibrant paintings.  I've been working with Sophie for a couple of years now and am delighted to exhibit her work at my two permanent exhibitions at Berkeley House Hotel and The Shakespeare in Totterdown.  

Sophie: works mainly in acrylics, exploring the boundaries of expressive art, usually in the way of exuberant animal portraits.  After four years she is a prolific artist full time she is firmly established on the Bristol scene.

Here are three of her works from The House of Kane exhibition at The Berkeley House Hotel, Berkeley Square, Bristol.

View by appointment.

Bald Eagle by Sophie Long 120 x 120 cm Acrylic on mounted canvas

I did a number of interviews with Sophie for her solo exhibition 'Their Voice' at Bocabar Glastonbury in the summer last year.

Emma Caton

Emma studied her fine art degree in Bristol during the-mid nineties, which she says was 'an interesting time in the city with regards the music culture and rise of street art, partly the reason that drew me to this diversely creative city was the underground raw energy of the place.'   She became involved in creating art pieces and events in disused spaces, on the streets predominantly sculptural pieces in resin.


La Rosa Caninna  Emma Caton 73 x 53 cm (framed) Screen print. Hand finshed in black glitter and acrylic Third floor hall £375

When the lights go out (& love in reach) Emma Caton 122 cm x 63cm Framed.  Graphite, Biro and Resin l £1750 

These works can be viewed by appointment at Berkeley House Hotel, Berkeley Square Bristol.  Message me for more information.

Mary Roundcefield

Dress with attitiude  by Mary Rouncefield Hand-printed screen prints on acid free paper


Mary is a printmaker and artist working in drawing, textiles and some screen print. She is based in Bristol.

She has a life long interest in mathematics and many of her screen prints feature mathematical graphs or patterns. She also uses the symbol of a corset as a metaphor for the mental discipline imposed by mathematics. The end result, for the mathematician, will often be elegant, concise and beautiful, but to achieve that, she/he must conform to the conventions and logic of their subject.

Here are two pieces from Mary at Berkeley Square House Hotel. View by appointment.

Trapped in 3D

Mary Rouncefield Hand-printed screen prints on acid free paper


BUSY HARBOUR BY Mary Rouncefield

Acrylic paint on canvas  £160 

These two originals from Mary are available at The Shakespeare in Totterdown Bristol.

I also have a range of prints from Mary available on line.


Acrylic paint on canvas  £160


Scottish born Bristol artist Georgie is known for her bold, political and colourful prints and beautiful large scale murals. She has exhibited in London and Bristol and has collectors across the globe who recognise her rising star.  As well as being a regular contributor with murals at Bristol's Upfest she has also had commissions for large scale murals at Shangri-La in Glastonbury Festival and Boomtown Fayre.

The show is a fabulous mix of original stencils and affordable signed limited edition prints by Georgie.

Georgie has a wonderful solo show at Bocabar Finzels Reach in Bristol this month up till 26 April.  This is a mix of affordable prints and orginals.  We also have a collection of affordable prints at the Shakespeare in Totterdown.

Feed me Love - Framed prints at Bocabar Finzels £30

Unframed screen prints £25 available here (3 colours available)

Love me Tinder by Georgie.  Original at Bocabar Finzels Reach Bristol. £750

Signed limited edition framed print avaiable at Shakespeare Totterdown £150

Unframed print £125 here

Some of the works available at Bocabar Finzels.  Unframed prints available

Come and join us for meet the artist on Tuesday 14th April 5-7pm at Bocabar Finzels Reach.